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Boukalas, Christos, Hayes, Lydia and Thomas, Philip Aneurin 2015. The Journal of Law and Society at 40: history, work and prospects. The Journal of Law and Society , pp. 390-405.

Clements, Luke and Thomas, Philip Aneurin, eds. 2005. Human Rights Act: a success story? Journal of Law and Society Special Issue Book Series, Oxford: Blackwell.

Costigan, Ruth and Thomas, Philip Aneurin 2005. The Human Rights Act: a view from below. In: Clements, Luke and Thomas, Philip Aneurin eds. Human Rights Act: A Success Story?, Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, pp. 51-67.

Costigan, Ruth, Sheehan, Josephine and Thomas, Philip Aneurin 2004. The Human Rights Act 1998: an impact study in South Wales. Cardiff: Cardiff Law School.

Thomas, Philip Aneurin 2002. Legislative responses to terrorism. In: Scraton, Phil ed. Beyond September 11: An Anthology of Dissent, London: Pluto Press, pp. 93-101.

Thomas, Philip Aneurin and Arora, Ashima 2002. Poverty, privilege and access to the legal profession: barriers to equality of access for law students. Welsh Journal of Education 11 (1) , pp. 95-106.

Thomas, Philip Aneurin 2002. 9/11: a view from abroad. Boston Review 27 (6) , p. 15.

Thomas, Philip Aneurin 2002. September 11th and good governance. Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly 53 (4) , pp. 366-390.

Thomas, Philip Aneurin 2002. 9/11: USA and UK. Fordham International Law Journal 26 (4) , pp. 1193-1233.
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Thomas, Philip Aneurin 2001. Dam and be damned. Planet: the Welsh Internationalist (150) , pp. 38-43.

Campbell, David and Thomas, Philip Aneurin, eds. 2001. Fundamental legal conceptions as applied in judicial reasoning by Wesley Newcomb Hohfeld. Classical Jurisprudence Series, Aldershot: Ashgate Dartmouth.

Thomas, Philip Aneurin and Knowles, John 2001. Dane and Thomas: how to use a law library: an introduction to legal skills. 4th ed. London: Sweet & Maxwell.

Thomas, Philip Aneurin 2001. The Human Rights Act 1998: ready, steady, go? The Law Teacher 35 (3) , pp. 360-373. 10.1080/03069400.2001.9993088

Thomas, Philip Aneurin and Wheeler, Sally 2000. Socio-legal studies. In: Hayton, David ed. Law's Future(s), Oxford: Hart, pp. 267-280.

Thomas, Philip Aneurin, ed. 2000. Discriminating lawyers. London: Cavendish.

Thomas, Philip Aneurin and Rees, Alison 2000. Law students - getting in and getting on. In: Thomas, Philip Aneurin ed. Discriminating Lawyers, London, UK: Cavendish, pp. 19-40.

Rees, Alison, Thomas, Philip Aneurin and Todd, Pauline 2000. Law Students: Investing in the Future. [Discussion Paper]. Cardiff: Cardiff Law School.

Thomas, Philip Aneurin 2000. Introduction. In: Thomas, Philip Aneurin ed. Discriminating Lawyers, London, UK: Cavendish, xi-xviii.

Thomas, Philip Aneurin 2000. Learning about law lecturing. Guidance Notes, Coventry: National Centre for Legal Education.
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Costigan, Ruth and Thomas, Philip Aneurin 2000. Anonymous witnesses. Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly 51 (2) , pp. 326-358.

Alison, Rees and Thomas, Philip Aneurin 2000. Welsh law schools and tomorrow's lawyers. Cambrian Law Review 31 , pp. 73-88.

Field, Stewart Andrew and Thomas, Philip Aneurin 1994. Judicial supervision of police investigations. In: Field, Stewart Andrew and Thomas, Philip Aneurin eds. Justice and Efficiency: the Royal Commission on Criminal Justice, Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 119-135.

Field, Stewart Andrew and Thomas, Philip Aneurin, eds. 1994. Justice and efficiency? The Royal Commission on Criminal Justice. Oxford: Blackwell.

Field, Stewart Andrew and Thomas, Philip Aneurin 1994. Introduction. In: Field, Stewart Andrew and Thomas, Philip Aneurin eds. Justice and Efficiency: the Royal Commission on Criminal Justice, Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 1-19.

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